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Alvi and Governor Sind Dr Ishrat ul Ebad visited Quaid-i-Azam's mausoleum on Saturday and laid a floral wreathe.
The representative of President al-Assad laid a wreathe at the tomb of the martyr.
Sheila Pugh, who lost her uncle Albert Hird that night, aged just 38, attended the memorial to lay a wreathe.
Earlier, President Asif Ali Zardari along with his two daughters Bakhtawar and Asifa Bhutto Zardari visited the tomb of BB and their grandfather Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto for floral wreathe.
They demanded of the government to take care of the people living with different physical disabilities, otherwise it should be ready to face wreathe of the nature.
It further charged that the Police and FC had earned a bad name for the country by resorting to kill them in a shootout, as such they should tender an apology to the Allah Almighty in order to escape Its wreathe.
Sector Commander Punjab Rangers Sialkot Brig Mohammad Waseem hoisted the national flag and laid the floral wreathes at the graves of martyrs in a local graveyard at village Kundanpur during a special ceremony held there.
The new envoys laid wreathes on the tombs of late King Hussein Bin Talal, King Abdullah Bin Al Hussein I, and King Talal Bin Abdullah.
Wreathes decorated by local celebrities will be auctioned.
There are nearly thirty such projects where which use natural ingredients, from seeds and pinecones to old jars, twigs and other natural materials, in a range of decorative efforts from wreathes to ornaments and centerpieces.
The new ambassadors laid wreathes on the tombs of late King Hussein Bin Talal, King Abdullah Bin Al Hussein I, and King Talal Bin Abdullah.
Floral wreathes will be laid at the location on the Lyari Expressway where the unfortunate incident took place.